Some of the County’s most outstanding community leaders and dedicated volunteers will be honored at the first annual Montgomery Serves Awards Ceremony to be held on April 30 at Imagination Stage in Bethesda.
Residents are invited to nominate persons for consideration for either or both of the following awards:
- Neal Potter Path of Achievement Awards. Two residents, aged 60 and above, will be selected for their lifetime of volunteer service to the County. This annual award is named in memory of former County Councilmember, County Executive, and longtime civic activist Neal Potter.
- 2011 Montgomery Serves Awards. Special volunteer accomplishments during the calendar year 2011 will be presented in three categories: Youth Service Awards (individual youth 18 years and under and/or youth groups); Corporate Service Awards (businesses or corporations that engage their employees as community volunteers); and Community Service Awards (exemplary volunteer service by individuals or community organizations).
Nominations will be accepted up to 5 p.m. on Monday, March 19. Additional information and nomination forms may be found at www.montgomeryserves.org.
The Montgomery Serves Awards event is hosted by the Fund for Montgomery (FFM), created by County Executive Ike Leggett and the Office of Community Partnerships to raise private funding to continue important community -building events like Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, World of Montgomery Festival, Community Service Day, and ethnic heritage events.
The awards program is being organized by the FFM, Montgomery County Volunteer Center and the Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County.
POSTED AT: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 | 7:00:00 AM